As part of the compensation for helping Sylvia Compson prepare her family estate for sale, Sarah McClure accepts quilting lessons. During the lessons, Mrs. Compson reveals how her family has been torn apart, and her stories force Sarah to confront uncomfortable truths about her relationship with her alienated mother.As part of the compensation for helping Sylvia Compson prepare her family estate for sale, Sarah McClure accepts quilting lessons. During the lessons, Mrs. Compson reveals how her family has been torn apart, and her stories force Sarah to confront uncomfortable truths about her relationship with her alienated mother.Read Less
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As a quilter, I picked this book up because of the title. Discovered an author who has a knowledge of quilts and their history, as well as talent for spinning a good tale. Anyone with a passing interest in quilts, will enjoy this book, and perhaps be encouraged to try their hand at quilting.
Dec 20, 2007
It was a simple book; way too predictable for my tastes.
Sep 10, 2007
I found this book very enjoyable reading.. It made me want to read the rest of the books in this series. It also gave me the urge to try quilting which I have often admired but never had the nerve to try. It is easy to relate to the characters in the story and often you get so involved that you want to offer your advice to them. t is a totally enjoyable read and at the same time it is an easy and relaxing read. When you finish the Quilter's Apprentice you really feel compelled to read the next book to see what happens to the characters next. I highly recommend this book and the rest of the books in the series.
Jul 27, 2007
I've read the first six 'Quilt Camp' books and have loved every one of them. Each one has been an easy, interesting read - especially fun for those of us who enjoy a good story and also quilt! I will definitely read the rest of Ms. Chiaverini's books.
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